Calendar
February
Feb 25
ChickTech: Seattle
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

This hands-on workshop with ChickTech and Patrick McCanna, Security Architect at AT&T Mobility, will explore different ways you can protect your online security, as well as how networked computers communicate with one another and how systems can become compromised. We will learn about DNS (Domain Name System), IP addressing, Unix concepts like network servers and shells. These are all critical components that help you learn the larger theme of computer and network security. You’ll learn all this by hacking into a web server.

Schedule
10:00 - 10:30 am Breakfast
10:30 - 1:00 pm Lab Begins
1:00 - 2:00 pm Lunch & Group Activities
2:00 - 3:00 pm Lab Continues
3:00 - 4:00 pm Documentary

Sign up here. Classes are limited to 25 girls. Grades 9-12 only.

 

March
Mar 2 - Mar 5
ECCC
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Visit us at Emerald City Comic Con, the premier comic book and pop culture convention in the Northwest, taking place in beautiful downtown Seattle!

In 2016 Emerald City Comicon soared to 88,000 people over four days and featured hundreds of comic book guests, celebrity guests and more!

Emerald City Comicon is organized by ReedPOP which also runs New York Comic Con, C2E2, Star Wars Celebration, BookCon and the Penny Arcade Expo among many others.

For more information, click here.
Mar 2
Movie Night - The Simulation Hypothesis
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Is everything an illusory simulation? Was the world created by a non-physical force that we can communicate with and possibly influence with our minds, thereby participating in the creation of our own reality? These are the grandiose existential questions central to this documentary, which introduces viewers to the concept of the Simulation Hypothesis.

The Simulation Hypothesis, which the filmmakers parallel very heavily against the hit sci-fi movie The Matrix, argues that matter and ideas are the result of a complex digital simulation, something akin to a video game. Theoretical physicists make their case for a programmable universe, positing that there is evidence of computer code to be found in nature and we are, put simply, expressions of a code.

This film is not rated.

RSVP here.